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good morning, and thanks for joining us. i )m sam brock. kris/2shot and i )m kris sanchez. good morning. thank you very much for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm kris sanchez. we want to get right to some breaking news out of san francisco. an attempted kidnapping at the ferry building. >> nbc bay area's mark matthews joining from us san francisco. what do you know about what happened, and what are you learning? >> reporter: this happened at 9:30 this morning. there was an altercation in the main promenade of the ferry building. a woman was walking with her 2 1/2-year-old son and another woman came up and tried to grab the boy. this is according to police. we have pictures of the suspect who was apprehended by bistand effor bistanders and employees instead the ferry building. the people who arrested her told us she appeared to be mentally unbalanced and homeless. that will have to be confirm.
in the meantime, tania davis of sacramento was inside the ferry building and saw it happen. tell us what you saw. >> yeah. i was just walking by with some breakfast sandwiches and a mom and her son were walking right past me. once i passed them i just heard a scream and then the woman, the suspect, just swoops and tried to take the little boy, and within seconds, i mean, other people were then after the suspect and it was a huge -- people were on the floor kind of wrestling to get this -- the suspect who was trying to take the little boy, to get her off of the little boy, yeah. someone eventually pinned her to the ground and said you're under citizens arrest and called security, and the cops came and -- >> reporter: and that was that. >> yeah. >> reporter: thanks very much for describing the scene. was the boy ever separated from his mom? >> there was a struggle on the ground. i was right there and lots of people -- i don't think he was ever separated, but there was a struggle. >> reporter: thank you very
much. really appreciate taking the time talking with us. we spoke with jack hart who is a captain at the san francisco police department, and here's what he had to say about the investigation. >> yeah. we're reviewing video at this time but on the video it appeared that the subject had attempted an actually grabbed the child and there was a bit of a struggle that occurred which drew attention from other bystanders and merchants and so on and help was immediately deployed at that time. >> reporter: what i'm told is that it was a clerk at one of the markets inside the ferry building that jumped in and was one of the first to grab the woman who was apparently attempting to abduct this child. the police said that that woman, the suspect, believed that the 2 1/2-year-old was her child and may have been why they thought she was mentally unbalanced. reporting from the ferry building, mark matthews, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. our other top story this morning.
president trump, of course, in the middle of an historic trip to the middle east. he just spoke side by side with israel's prime minister, and earlier this morning became the first sitting president to touch the western wall. now both leaders wrapped up a joint news conference about 20 minutes ago. president trump saying that he's determined to bring about a long sought peace deal between israel and palestine. >> i've heard it's one of the toughest deals of all, but i have a feeling that we're going to get there eventually, i hope. >> there's no city on earth where you are more welcome than right here with us in jerusalem. welcome to jerusalem, welcome to israel. [ applause ] >> you hear it there, there was some effusive praise this morning from prime minister benjamin netanyahu, this as president trump continuing his first overseas trip since taking office. he left riyadh, saudi arabia this weekend and arrived in tel aviv this morning. as jay gray reports, the president and first lady plan on
mixing some diplomacy with a bit of tourism. >> reporter: second leg of his overseas tour begins with a formal greeting in tel aviv and a bold proclamation from pump after weekend talks centered on plight tense terror with muslim leaders in saudi arabia. >> what we did over the weekend was -- they say there's never been anything like it ever before, and it was really a coming together, and now today being in israel is just very, very special for us. >> reporter: mr. trump focused on what he calls the ultimate deal, trying to broker a peace accord between the israelis and palestinians, something he discussed in a brief meeting this morning with israeli president reuben rivlin. >> young israeli and palestinian children deserve to grow up in safety and to follow their dreams free from the violence that has destroyed so many lives. >> reporter: mixing sight-seeing with diplomacy the president and
first lady melania toured the church of the holy sepulchre followed by a walk through the normally old city now locked down by security and the western wall, where mr. trump became the first sitting president to pay his respects to one of judaism's most sacred sites. this evening president trump will sit down for a meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the king david hotel where he is staying in what authorities describe as a bullet and bomb-proof suite. he'll wrap up his two-day stay here with a trip to bethlehem tomorrow and a meeting with palestinian president abbas. jay gray, nbc news, jerusalem. >> stay with nbc bay area for continuing coverage of president trump's first foreign trip. nbc anchor lester holt will bring the show live from jerusalem tonight at 5:30. >> all right. back at home. the heat still hanging around. it's getting kind of clingy, if you ask me. not too much wind inland which means a spare the air day today. >> looking live out our window
over the bay area, four of them in fact. our cameras in san francisco, san jose, fremont, dublin. on spare the air days we'll remind you the air quality management district wants you to help limit pollution by keeping your car off the road as much as possible. meteorologist kari hall, should limit our outdoor activity which is still ahead, right? >> absolutely, especially in the inland valleys, it's all about where you are and that's the reason why we like to show you the different cameras because it looks and feels different as we go around the bay area. we see the clear skies around tiburon and then the fog rolling across the bay and while it's all clear in san francisco and temperature at 62 degrees. looking across the south bay. all clear there as we're going to see that very warm and stagnant air staying with us for the inland valleys. up to 95 degrees in livermore and 88 degrees in san joseph. oakland 81 degrees and 75 in san francisco. it will be cooling down as we go through the week. we'll get this air moving.
i'll talk about that coming up in a few minutes. >> all right. thank you, kari. new at 11:00, a san francisco man says he was treated unfairly while flying on an asiana flight on sunday from beijing to seoul. tim seward told us it's all because of his prosthetic leg. he recorded interaction before the flight took off. he says that a representative from the airline said he would have to move because he could not perform the duties needed by someone in an exit row. seward says he has sat in the exit row several times before, but the representative says the company's policy does not allow a person with a disability to sit in the exit row. >> my leg is functional. >> you cannot prove my leg is functional. you want me to show you. i don't know how to show. maybe i can run, so, can i not prove it. >> oh, my god. >> wow. >> seward eventually took a seat
in the back of the plane. he lost his leg when he was 11 because of cancer. he's now a professional skateborder. we tried reaching out to asiana airlines. they have not responded. a developing story. an update to our breaking news. all morning long a home invasion and officer-involved shooting in san francisco. one suspect is behind bars. police say the search now continues for more people. all this happening in the bayview district last night about 11:00 on cosaada avenue. when they got to the house they saw several suspects jetting away from the house. one fired at officers and the officer returned fire but no one was struck or injured. the sfpd does describe this as a close call. >> at this time there are no known injuries luckily as a result of the exchange of gunfire. from what i hear though it was very harrowing, very, very close call for the officers in the backyard. >> for more information here,
police say that the home invasion does appear to be target. they are asking anybody with information to come forward. happening right now. celebrating in california and a bay area icon. it's harvey milk day in california. san francisco's first openly gay politician would have turned 87 today. >> nbc bay area's seater suratos is live in san francisco with the impact of harry milk's life. >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, kris and sam. doors are just opening at the glbt museum in the castro district and add mission is free for folks all day long, and when inside there's going to be plenty of displays. you'll see this bullhorn that harvey milk used during the protests for gay rights during the '70s and also here you can see this is the suit that he was wearing when he was assassinated, but he's had a lasting impact nationally, locally, globally, you name it. and milk was california's first gay elected official serving as a member. san francisco board of supervisors in the late 1970s
but he and mayor george musconi were shot and killed by a former colleague in 1978. we did have a chance to speak with the executive director of this museum who talked about milk's personal impact on himself as a young gay man in the '70s. >> when i was just beginning to make trips to san francisco, just beginning to come out myself and to my family and friends as being a young gay man, and it was so inspiring to me to know that a gay person could be publicly acknowledged as a leader in the community. >> now, harvey milk day was signed into lab by california lawmakers in 2009. the day coinciding with his birthday. as you guys mentioned there. he would have turned 87 there, but his free admission to the glbt district here in the castro district. doors close at 6:00 p.m. live in san francisco, pete suratos, nbc bay area news. following breaking news out of the north buy now. we're just getting word that a construction crew hit a gas line
causing a leak. this is happening at alameda dell prado and los robles road. people in that area are being told to shelter in place. if you know one there, make sure they know this office. pg&e is on scene trying to cap that gas leak. stay with nbc bay area for the latest on the breaking story out of marin county, and we'll bring you the new information as soon as we get it. up next at 11:00, there's a warning for but rivers and streams. the reason you're being urged to use more caution than usual. plus, that little girl dragged into the water by a sea lion, and now her parents are getting fingers pointed at them. plus, a change in detroit might be good news for the bay area. we'll tell you why coming up in business. nbc bay area responds. we've recovered over $750,000 for our viewers. if you want help, call us or visit nbcbayarea.com/respond. ad-lib numbers
==kris 2shot== all right. a quick check right now of the markets. president trump's trip abroad appears to be calm things other at home. the dow jones industrial average up 88 points right now at 20,893. the s&p 500 and nasdaq have also risen. our monday morning surprise out of detroit. the ceo of ford is out. >> yeah. scott mcgrew, he'll be replaced with somebody who can actually grow ford's bay area presence even more. >> reporter: that's right. good morning. let's start with that outgoing ceo mark field who helped lead ford into new industries like ride share and automated cars. he's going to step down. ford confirmed that this morning. ford, as you point out, has a notable presence in the bay area working hard to compete with google and tesla. it's got that advanced research lab in palo alto. they are working on cars of the future, including a self-driving ford fusion, and then it's purchased chariot as well, the small private bus system that you see running routes in san
francisco. we expect those efforts here in the bay area will grow bigger because the new person in charge of those efforts called ford mobility, the lab in palo alto chariot is going to be the next ceo of for the, jim hackett. so we expect more automatic cars and more electric cars and if the name jim hackett might ring a bell, you might be a 49ers fan. he used to be interim athletic director at the university of michigan and is the guy responsible for bringing jim harbaugh to michigan. a cute little embrace there. from there, hackett has also been the ceo of a office furniture marriage and a very unusual career path so, again, with a lot of bay area ties. >> all right. thank you very much, scott. for years tesla offered own ears nice little perk. they could charge their cars for free at any of its superstations. in january the company said they
will fades that program out. new users can still take advantage of this offer if they get another driver to give a referral code so the existing owners can give out the free charging codes to up to five friends. you may have seen this video already of a sea lion dragging that little girl off the pier and into the water near vancouver. a stranger dives in right after her and gets her to safety, but today the police chief says her parents are the ones to blame. here's nbc's miguel almaguer. >> a day on the wharf, popular with tourists, begins with laughs but suddenly turns to panic and fear. a terrifying close call with a massive sea lion that unexpectedly yanked the little girl off the pier in british columbia and pulled her under water. the girl was rescued by a man who jumped in after her, both quickly pulled to safety and
appeared unhurt. >> i jumped a little bit for sure, i'm a little terrified of that thing for sure. >> reporter: michael captured the attack on his cell phone. >> pretty dangerous. you never know how it will act. >> reporter: the video shows the sea lion eating the piece of bread someone put in the water and a man held out his and as if he was trying to pet the animal and a sea lion which can weigh up to 700 pounds shoots out of the war within inches of the little girl. the crowd laughs nervously but no one moves the child away from the edge. seconds later this. oh, my goodness. the wharf's harbormaster says this should be a warning to never feed or approach sea lions. >> total stupidity on the part of the adults. not only do you let your -- you know, your family member feed a wild animal and let the little girl sit on the sej of the dock
with her back to it and these tourists didn't get the message getting an exact scare. don't go to the forest and throw had a ham sandwich at a bear. don't come to the dock and feed the sea lion. >> reporter: a close call with a powerful creature that could have quickly turned deadly. >> miguel almaguer reporting from vancouver. while sea lions and pups are very friendly from afar, you see them around here, their jaws are extremely powerful so keep your distance from those wild animals. all right, a warning now, kris, that rivers and waterways are starting to run pretty full as a fairfield father remains missing after a boating accident near the entrepreneuring marina on saturday night. he was out fishing with his son when the boy fell into the water and he went into the water and he was unable to get back on
boat, and he remains missing. just ahead of the memorial day weekend, the u.s. coast guard also trying to get the word out about boating safety. this week marks national safe boating week. the coast guard wants to remind anyone who is planning on doing recreational boating always wear your life jacket and have a working radio on board your boat. monitor the conditions before you head out and make sure you've created a float plan with your family or with your friend. =3 shot down the line= and it was accurately scorching this weekend, sari, depending on where you were. you went over to santa cruz. you were cool and the rest of us were sweaty. >> we were driving through gilroy. it was 95 degrees. as we cut across watsonville south of santa cruz, it was foggy and it struggled to make it up to 60 degrees so it was really cool there, but i was -- >> full disclosure. she was camping this weekend. >> yes. >> 90 degrees out.
>> i just stayed very still. >> still the same thing today. we've got the fog along the coast that keeps the temperatures down there, and for the inland areas no relief. here's a look at the golden gate bridge still covered in fog, as we speak, and other parts of san francisco is all clear, so even here you have at least a 20-degree spread in temperatures for today, and as we get a look at the view fro carpooling or catching some public transportation out and about as you head out throughout the day, and our temperatures, we're already seeing them spread out from 62 degrees in san francisco to 80 in fairfield, and this is where i think those temperatures will be hitting the triple digits but nowhere else around the bay area as we'll see some inland areas topping out in the low 90s. we're up to 92 today in morgan hill and heading through the east bay, 93 degrees in danville and 62 at half moon bay and 77 in san mateo and 77 in ingleside and mill valley up to 85 and napa today up to 90 degrees.
looking out there at fremont, our temperatures in the upper 70s for the next couple of hours. a lot of sunshine. a lot of people out and about and enjoying the sunshine and warm weather. we also have a high amount of tree pollen. grass pollen is moderate, and the molds and weeds are low at this point. if you're looking forward to some cooler temperatures, maybe you'll have a short week. look at heavenly. it will be in the low to mid-70s over the next several days, and in san francisco, our temperatures go from 75 today to the 60s the rest of the week. inland valleys will still be hot today and tomorrow and then for wednesday it will start to dip a bit. 82 degrees and the coolest day this week will be on thursday reaching 73 and leading us into a very nice memorial day weekend. it's going to be for the inland area. it's much more comfortable and starting to get a little bit cool along the coast. we'll check out some more forecasts for the holiday
weekend. that's coming up a little bit later. kris and sam. >> thank you, kari. >> we're by the way just learning right now from san rafael that gas leak that we were telling you about. it now looks like that situation will be resolved in about the next 90 mintz. more to come on that. >> good news. up next, a tradition like none other. thousands taking to the streets in san francisco for the annual beta breakers. a look at the colorful costumes that make the run not only fun but a gold mine for people watching. but first happening right now, we'll remind you the gas leak in san rafael is supposed to be fixed in the next 90 minutes or so. we can tell you that at least four homes have been evacuated at clarinda avenue. about 80 customers are being told to shelter in place for the next hour and a half. the associated press is reporting that president trump's former national security adviser michael flynn told a senate committee in a letter that, quote, escalating public frenzy
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stephen stock has been following this case. >> reporter: good morning. joaquin satello says the u.s. navy promised him citizenship and then deployed him to the middle east. he admits when he left the military and came back from the war zone, he broke u.s. law. after serving his sentence he landed in u.s. immigration court and the u.s. government says it has no record of his citizenship application and insisted on deporting him. >> once you're in the country you assume that the country will look out for you and the system, it had failed. >> reporter: sotelo has small children and los banos and worries his deportation can come at any time. >> it's like a cans sneer hundreds of u.s. veterans have been deported for committing even minor crimes but sotel ho for now has found a way to stay here in the united states. we'll have the complete story, including how he's able to do it tonight at 11:00. with the investigative unit, i'm stephen stock.
back to you. >> stephen, thank you. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, that's the number to call right there on your screen. 1-888-996-tips or send us an e-mail at email@example.com. >> about 40,000 runners took part in this year's beta breakers run. like to show you from afar in case they are too wacky. more from the ground level catching up with the runners and the partiers. >> we're less than 15 minutes away. >> this whole race is really a joke for 90% of it, so i thought, hey, let's dress appropriately. >> reporter: from an original costume idea. >> i don't know. >> reporter: to the outrageous. >> evil, mischief. not paying parking tickets. >> reporter: beta breakers fashion can be considered out of this world. >> i've always been to the finish line a couple of times just to see how they have been doing. >> reporter: you're just that fast? >> oh, yeah.
>> reporter: the iconic 12k race has been in motion since 1912 and hit the streets again from the embarcadero to the ocean with 40,000 runners of all ages. no joking here? >> no. >> reporter: her hat fell off. >> no, we're serious. >> reporter: in this year, no backpacks and a heavier police presence. the new order didn't stop the party, but it did curb the expected nudity. for some runners this was the first time, while for others this race had a deeper meaning. >> my girlfriend peggy prince, i hope you're happy. i'm here and she had an aneurysm about three months ago and can't be here because she had an aneurysm burst, so i'm running this for her. >> reporter: no security issues or wardrobe malfunctions, runners respected each other's fashion style. a race with only one real competition, on who stood out
the most. in san francisco, rick boone, nbc bay area news. >> we like to run that on tape delay. >> like said, not much nudity this year. a san jose football player is hurt off the gridiron in the off-season. come up, the brawl that sent him to the hospital that has other students wondering about their own safety. but it's not the first time this player has made headlines. >> coming up after nbc bay area news at 11:00, "access hollywood" live followed by "days of our lives" at 1:00 p.m. on september 9, 2010, pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including
five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
stabbed, during an altercation in downtown san jose. that player - )chad miller ) -s san jose football player was stabbed during an altercation in downtown san jose. that player, chad miller, is in the hospital with major injuries still this morning. >> yeah, it's actually not the first time that he's been in the headlines. nbc bay area's marianne favro is in san jose with the full story. >> reporter: chad miller is a junior at san jose state and a member of the football team. the university confirmed he was
stabbed overnight. it happened here on post street downtown. one business second street a month and a half ago so it's not surprising to me at all. >> reporter: since we talked to tonight they feel safe at san jose state and once they set foot off campus. it's not as confident. >> just dangerous to go out there. >> that was marianne favro reporting. this is not the first time that chad miller landed in the hospital. he landed in the hospital after suffering injuries after a fight with another football player who was later suspended. jurors in the sierra lamar murder case is hearing what life was like for man convicted of killing her. antolin garcia-torres' lawyer are trying to get the jury to spare him from the death penalty. this follows last week's emotional testimony from the missing 15-year-old's parents and friends. no cameras are allowed in the courtroom but our reporter marianne favro is there as we speak tweeting live as she
reports that garcia-torres' mother laura torres was on the stand saying she was exposed to pesticides and how his father was a violent man and drank a 12 pack of beer a day and at one point threatened to kill the entire family. a lead detective in the trial gave false evidence in another trial. marianne favro will continue following this case for our 5:00 and 6:00 news. hopping raappening right no police continues for a chase of suspects wanted for a robbery and also for an assault with a deadly weapon. just before 6:00 on saturday night the suspects led police on a chase that ended just off blossom hill road right across from a local high school, grove high school. police thought the suspects were holed up inside of a home and had it surrounded in a standoff that led well into the morning. when finally got inside the house it turned out that the
suspects weren't inside. right now to the east bay andnent antioch and an investigation under way after a marijuana grow -- a house having a marijuana grow caught fire. it took about an hour to get the flames under control. they struggled to get inside the house. the windows and a the doors were bolted up to keep out intruders. the detective chief says this is typical when dealing with a grow house fire. >> it halvers our fire fighting efforts because it is makes it difficultly to get through and access the fire. >> so battalion chief says that the plants themselves may not be illegal but the stolen electricity to power the operation was. >> an unruly passenger forced a united flight to make a pit stop at sfo this weekend. lock him up. lock him up. >> united says that the man tried to take another passenger's seat while boarding in shack high. he allegedly refused to move and
grew increasingly disruptive. everyone had to deplane while local law enforcement dealt with the matter and because of that pit stop the flight had to stop over in san francisco to recruit. as you can see the man is wearing a bright red make america great hence the shouts to lock him up when he came off the flight. a project is likely to stop due to costs. work on the $35 million project got under way in october and now it's in limbo because the costs tied to an added westlands restoration requirement are growing. the water district is appealing that new required but they are also threatening to sue. >> happening today. it is the start of several weeks of closures for drivers using highway 85 to try to connect the 101 in san jose and everything gets pretty jammed up around
there are. the closures are only going to be through the overnight hours. c caltranz will close the northbound and southbound connectors to repair some damage from the winter storms. on weekdays the connectors will be reopening just in time for the morning commute. crews are expected to finish sometime in the middle of june. ♪ >> well, the show to remember, the final curtain call for america's longest running circus. perhaps better known as the greatest show on earth, ringling brothers last night performing its last ever show. you might say folding up the tent for good after a performance at the nassau coliseum in new york. ringling started to decline in attendance which became more denounced when it ended its controversial elephant act. with a win tonight in san antonio the warriors can punch
their ticket to the nba finals. >> you got your warriors colors on. >> absolutely. >> the scenario looking pretty good. they have a commanding 3-0 lead over the spurs. they haven't lost a single game in this playoff run. should fans be worried about being complacent. klay thompson says they are not looking ahead. >> we're worried about a good spurs tonight who won 60 games and we're not looking to finals just yet. >> almost a foregone conclusion at this point that the ws are going to be moving on to face the cleveland cavaliers in the nba finals, but the celtics trying to at least throw a little bit of a speed bump. avery bradley rattling home the three-pointer, a last-second shot that gave the celts a surprising win. lebron james and the cavs lead their eastern conference series 2-1. >> ever thought that people would complain the golden state
warriors are winning too much. >> around here it's customary. >> so boring. they are winning too much. coming up, another hot day on tap but soon some relief. kari is tracking those temperatures. >> if you're thinking, okay, it's getting hot where i live and i'm going to head to the beach, this is a live look at ocean beach right now. it's only 53 degrees. you'll need a jacket indeed, so it's not the perfect beach weather, and some parts of the bay area, but we'll talk about where you can find some cooler air coming up next. >> the big burlkey part of a furniture delivery arrives on time, but accessories don't. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. nbc bay area responds next. nbc bay area responds.
to a san jose woman who paid for some home accessories that she never received. = nbc bay area responds to a san jose woman who paid for some home hack sesries but never got them. >> so our consumer team stepped in to try to help out. consumer investigator chris chmura is here with the story. >> reporter: margaret vega bought new furniture and accessories from ashley furniture in milipitas. everything was delivered just fine except for $75 accessory set. margaret says she asked the store to either deliver the accessories or give her a refund. neither happened so after five months of trying to get this resolved she reached out to us for help. we contacted ashley and it issued margaret a refund for $75. in a statement it said we take these matters seriously and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. if you have a consumer
complaint. call us the number is 888-396-tips or logon to nbcbayarea.com/responds. on wednesday san francisco's famous alamo square plans to open to the public again after a $5 million makeover, but the park is not the only thing in the neighborhood making headlines. one of the iconic painted ladies across the street went modern in the best way possible. the original painted lady built in 1892 now supplies its own power, solar panels were added to the roof allowing the historic home to generate 90% of its own electricity. the homeowner tells us he's hoping if he can do it in a home with historic status everybody else will be inspired to go green, too. >> despite a very well-known historical home it's still possible to go with a clean energy solution and it's something that everybody can do. i mean, it's not difficult. we've probably had one of the most difficult houses to get solar on to and we did it. >> would i say.
look at the pitch on that roof. the solar company had the daunting task of putting the solar panels up there. seems like it went well. no pressure, only around since the 1890s. don't screw this one up. one of the places on your list to visit san francisco you've got to see. if you're a tourist you get to see the painted ladies with alamo square open and also -- >> it's open now? >> last time i -- it was all closed off. >> a lot of sun for those solar panels, and it will be very nice hover the next couple of days. our temperatures are going to be coming down. here's a look at some of our microclimate in the tri-valley looking at the pleasanton camera. already 77 degrees. it's 65 in the peninsula and san jose looking over san jose is at 71 degrees. 60 degrees in san francisco and it's 68 degrees in the north bay with some sunshine there and we're getting a look at that the view across the bay and you can
see the low clouds. that may clear out for just a little while but it's also bringing a wide range in temperatures so that's the reason why we see microclimates. it's 62 degrees at half moon bay. that will be the high temperature today, and palo alto up to 85 degrees and 88 degrees in san jose, and in the tri-valley expect a high of 95 degrees. so it is going to be very hot there, and looking at the temperature trend for santa clara, it will be in the low 70s in had the next couple of hours and then seeing it warm up into the upper 80s by 3:00 this afternoon so it feels comfortable now but very soon those temperatures will start to feel uncomfortable, and you'll be turning on the air conditioner, and whatever you have to do, make sure you do it soon. looking at the temperatures for the next couple of days in san francisco, really continuing to dip, and we'll only make it up to 62 degrees on thursday. for the inland areas expect it to be hot the next couple of days, 90s, and then we start to
have more comfortable weather, and it's a big weekend because some people have a short week, and it will be very nice as we go into the weekend. let's take a look at some things people may be doing heading to bottle rock in napa valley, and it will be in the low 70s on friday, 78 degrees on saturday. so not bad at all. it's not like the weekend we just had where the temperatures were scorching, but it is going to be warm on sunday, reaching 83 degrees, or if you're going to be hitting the road heading to yosemite it will be in the low 60s there, a mix of sun and clouds and nighttime temperatures will be very chili and if you're going to l.a., friends and family, mid-60s for both saturday and sunday and up to 70 degrees with a lot of sunshine. as we go into the forecast, also looking at some waves at santa cruz. it's going to be cool, kind of like the weekend we just had with our temperatures staying in the low 630s and also some fog near the coast. i'll have another quick look at
=cover shot in= ==sam//2 shot== the alarming new way that kids can get their hands on alcohol... and what police are now doing to try and stop it. well, the alarming new way kids can get their hands on alcohol, and we do mean alarming and what police are now doing to stop it. prom and graduation seasons are under way and underage drinking is back in the news. police are reporting a surge in teenage drinking parties. >> and now they are going into schools to scare kids straight. so how are the teenagers getting alcohol in the first place? we know households did it when we were young. here's jeff ross and a hidden camera investigation that every parent should see. >> you're walking a mock accident in progress. teens screaming for help after
drinking and crashing their car, kids put on stretchers and airlifted out. it looked so real and is supposed to. from arizona, to florida and wisconsin. police now recreating drunk driving accidents with students to show them what can happen if they drink and drive. >> it's really -- we are like this could happen this saturday. >> reporter: think your kids can't get alcohol? think again. at recent study finding 53% of eighth graders say it's fairly easy or very easy to get alcohol. same with 71% of tenth graders, and there are serious consequences. over 180,000 underage drinkers sent to the e.r. in one year alone. experts say the rise in liquor store deliveries can make it easy for your kids. the stores say they check i.d. at your door, but do they really? >> we're about to see. we've rented this home in suburban connecticut and have
wired the entire front entrance with hidden cameras and called a bunch of local stores and ordered bother and wine and liquor to be delivered here and when it comes we're not going to the door. ally is. how old are you? >> 13. >> i'm in the eighth grade. >> you're going to take the deliveries and sao if they will give you alcohol. >> the delivery person is going to think no one else is home because we'll all be hiding here in the back room watching it on a live feed with ally's mom jenny. what do you think is going to happen? >> she's in middle school so i'm hoping no one gives her any alcohol. >> first up, this delivery man, carrying a giant box of alcohol. >> hi. >> hi. >> good news. >> thank you. >> he won't give her the booze without i.d. in, fact a few of them don't. >> you're old enough. >> i'm 13. >> i can't give you this. >> you're 13 years old. >> okay. >> encouraging, but then -- >> here it comes.
a new delivery man shows up. >> hi. >> have a wine delivery. >> thank you. >> incredible. in just seconds ally gets an entire box of alcohol. >> no questions asked, just and it had right over. you have a whole box of booze here. >> let's see what they gave you here. bottles and bottles of wine. booze, right here. >> that's crazy. >> but it's this last delivery that really surprises us. >> hi. thank you. >> do you have your i.d.? >> i don't have one. >> okay, no problem. >> thank you. >> have a nice day. >> that's right. he does ask for i.d. but doesn't care when ally doesn't have it. >> it looked like he gave me wine. he gave me patron, i don't know. >> he gave you champagne and tequila. what do you make of this? >> well, i think it's crazy. if kids my age are receiving alcohol and they are clearly underage, then who else is drinking this?
who is underaging drinking? >> we showed our results to madd, mothers against drunk driving. >> this is an absolute wake-up call for parents, and those that are serving alcohol should obey the law and absolutely should be doing everything they can to make sure that those that they are serving are the age of 21. >> at the end of the day, 13-year-old ally easily getting her hands on seven bottles of booze from wine to champagne, even tequila. >> i'm in shock. really am. she's going to high school next year and it's another thing i have to worry about. it's very scary. >> that was jeff rossen reporting. we're all quite a bit shocked. there were six deliveries. four of them did do the right thing, as you saw, but two did not. that was two too many. >> so one-third. >> so nbc reached out to the stores that handed over the alcohol to let them know what happened, and they said it was unacceptable. they planned to retrain their delivery drivers to check i.d.
every single time, but if you are a parent, you just have to know that this is a possibility. >> that's a random sampling, one out of three did that, and the girl is wearing braces. they didn't even pick someone that looked old. >> and it was a lot of alcohol, too. we'll be right back. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear.
just concluded its season finale and had its highest ratings in six years. duane johnson hosting the season finale on saturday, which also happened to be "snl's" highest rated finale since 2011. in case somehow you have not been watching any late night tv for the last several months "snl" got a huge boost from alec baldwin who appeared numerous times as none other than president trump. >> and the whole cast of characters in his administration. >> really memorable for sure. >> kari, where should we go to get cool other than san francisco and the beach? >> the next couple of days we'll all be having a nice cooldown and there is a look at the temperatures and mid-70s today and continuing to dip and some 80s for the next couple of days for the inland valleys. much better by friday. >> your warning to chris not to go back to gilroy when it's 95 degrees out there. >> i love coyote reservoir. get out and enjoy your county parks, folks. see you tomorrow.
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